Batam is an island and city in Indonesia’s Riau Islands, just 20 kilometres from Singapore, around 40 minutes by speedboat, meaning that most international tourists come via Singapore.
Many tourists come for the fun nightlife and the discounted shopping. In fact, in many ways it’s like a cut-price version of Singapore, with many similar attractions and activities on offer.
Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Monastery
Maha Vihara Maitreya, is a Buddhist temple located on Medan, which is claimed to be the largest non-historical buddhist temple in Indonesia.
This temple also decorated with various statues of dragons and mythical animals reliefs on the walls of the monastery like a phoenix and dragon. On the right temple also contained a floating teapot fountain.
Coastarina is a tourist spot located in the Pasir Putih area, Batam, Riau Islands. The tourist area is located in Batam Center whose area is planned to be integrated with residential areas. The scenery seen by using the Giant Wheel -the name of the giant Ferris wheel.
The amazing panorama presented by this tourist area can not only be used as a sight that is pleasing to the eye but you can also use it as the right background for taking pictures.
The Barelang Bridge (Jembatan Barelang) is a chain of multiple bridges of various types that connect the islands of Batam, Rempang, and Galang, Riau Islands built in 1997.
Tebing Langit, Sekupang
Some interesting photo spots include the Sky Door, Sky Lorong, Harapan Star, Indian Village, Rabit’s house and several other photo objects.
Most visitors who come to the cliffs of the sky to see the seconds of sunset from the top of the hill.